Third sub-poll in row maintains strong lead for SNP at 46%

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It’s not as good as the previous two sub-polls from Opinium with SNP at 51% and from Ipsos MORI at 50% but it’s still significantly up on the previous six, consistently holding them at 41%.

By Opinium for the Observer with 118 adults for 20th to 22 March:

  • Conservative   26%
  • Labour             17%
  • Lib Dems         4%
  • SNP                  46%
  • Greens             1%
  • UKIP                6%

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opinion_polling_for_the_next_United_Kingdom_general_election#2019

By Ipsos MORI with 91 adults for 15th to 19th of March, for all respondents:

  • Conservative   15%
  • Labour             16%
  • Lib Dems         10%
  • SNP                  50%
  • Greens             1%
  • UKIP                 2%

Looking only at those certain to vote:

  • Conservative   12%
  • Labour             15%
  • Lib Dems         8%
  • SNP                  55%
  • Greens             2%
  • UKIP                 1%

https://www.ipsos.com/sites/default/files/ct/news/documents/2019-03/ipsos-mori-political-monitor-march-2019-tables.pdf

Opinium for the Observer, 13th to 15th March, with 110 adults, online and with The Independent Group included:

  • Conservatives              25
  • Labour                         8
  • TIG                               4
  • Lib Dems                     4
  • UKIP                             6
  • SNP                              51
  • Green                          2

https://www.opinium.co.uk/political-polling-13th-march-2019/

 

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5 thoughts on “Third sub-poll in row maintains strong lead for SNP at 46%

  1. Bugger (the Panda) March 25, 2019 / 7:00 pm

    The foundations of the Imperial Btritish State are cracking.

    Soon they will start crumbling.

    Liked by 3 people

  2. gavin March 25, 2019 / 9:00 pm

    Apparently Ruthie is due to come out of hiding shortly ( she is the all time “Hide’n’Seek” champion of the Toryverse), in time for the Scorrish (sic) Tory Rally–oops, sorry–conference.

    She will be hoping against hope that the Brexit shambles has been resolved, and she doesn’t have to explain her views—though as Treeza’s biggest fan, that may be difficult.
    However Scotophobe-at-large, Boris, might be in post, then Ruthie just might go back into hiding again, taking the secrets of Dark Money with her.
    And Jaikie Carlot will be capo dei capi of Scotlands diminishing band of Tory bandits.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Bugger (the Panda) March 25, 2019 / 10:26 pm

      Tonight in the Pub I described todays news as trying to game of raising a lid off a box of mixed serpents?.

      Liked by 1 person

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